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Posting Games and Chat / Re: post something about the person above you game
« Last post by JaegerDarkness on November 08, 2020, 01:42:23 am »
^ Isn’t looking at the sun.
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Posting Games and Chat / Re: What word comes to your mind?
« Last post by JaegerDarkness on November 08, 2020, 01:29:59 am »
Cheeto
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Posting Games and Chat / Re: post something about the person above you game
« Last post by TurboSaiyanJason on November 06, 2020, 10:04:33 pm »
Has at least a PL of 1000
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Posting Games and Chat / Re: What word comes to your mind?
« Last post by TurboSaiyanJason on November 06, 2020, 10:02:59 pm »
Defeatable
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Posting Games and Chat / Re: What word comes to your mind?
« Last post by JaegerDarkness on August 24, 2020, 03:04:33 am »
Pandemic
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Posting Games and Chat / Re: Caption for the Avatar above you GAME
« Last post by JaegerDarkness on August 24, 2020, 03:02:17 am »
WHERE’S THE MULAN SAUCE?!
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Posting Games and Chat / Re: The Anime ABC game!
« Last post by JaegerDarkness on August 24, 2020, 03:01:19 am »
PUMPKIN SCISSORS
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Posting Games and Chat / Re: The Band Name Game Returns
« Last post by JaegerDarkness on August 24, 2020, 02:58:48 am »
Evanescence
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So, filling in the bl_nks, the six vertical lines of text read, from right to left:
"Egg bacon spam
Egg bacon sausage spam
Spam bacon sausage spam
Spam egg spam spam bacon spam
Spam spam spam spam spam beans
Spam spam spam spam"



Now THAT'S funny!
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Season 5, ep 2, 6min 51 sec: "Šaltibarščiai" (SAL-ti-BARSH-chyai) is a Lithuanian beet soup which includes horseradish, scallions and cucumber - preferable grated RAW and mixed with chopped hardboiled eggs into a kefir (or sour milk or buttermilk) base and allowed to sit overnight, then garnished with freshly crushed dill. Optional dash of lemon juice, and a dab of sour cream is often welcome in Slavic and Eastern European soups.
It's actually pretty easy to make at home and it will keep in the fridge for a number of days (as in as long as you can STAND having it in your fridge...)
Šaltibarščiai is served chilled alongside HOT baked potatoes with a little butter and salt.The beets turn the sour milk base into a bright pink or fuchsia "Pepto-Bismol" color:I am NOT kidding:
https://myfoododyssey.com/2013/09/21/lithuanian-saltibarsciai-cold-beet-soup-recipe/






http://www.dishbase.com/recipe_images/large/saltibarsciai-12062171511.jpg





http://c1.staticflickr.com/7/6157/6280378614_eeed694900.jpg

The taste is nearly indescribable but the first word I might use is "astringent."


Happy home-cooking to ALL.


- G


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